FIFTH GRADERS from Weizmann Elementary, a multi- cultural school in Jaffa, dance the tango during rehearsals as part of a social development program in 2011.
(photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN/REUTERS)
It was one of the most remarkable political careers Israel has ever seen.What began when a 38-year-old law professor, unsettled by the Yom Kippur War, climbed down the ivory tower to start a protest movement produced 25 years of public office that left an indelible, if unsung, imprint on the Jewish state.
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